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Tech Productivity

Issue #83  (How Productivity is Measured) 09/14/20

A short time ago I introduced MuscleWiki, a cool and free encyclopedia of exercises categorized by body part. Here's another exercise-related website, this one focused on stretching: Stretch From Home.

Stretch From Home

While MuscleWiki also provides instructions for stretches, you might find this one a little more accessible to your needs. They describe these illustrations and accompanying descriptions as
"...a curated selection of stretching routines to help with relaxation, muscle tension, or to give you an added boost of energy throughout your day."

Now on to this week's hand-picked productivity links!

Tools & Apps

Habitica - Interesting concept! A free habit-building and productivity app that treats your real life like a game. With in-game rewards and punishments to motivate you and a strong social network to inspire you.

Navigator - Brings collaborative agendas, files, notes, and action items to every meeting on your calendar.

Stacks - Mac, Windows, or Linux Trello alternative. A kanban-based task manager that helps to organize your tasks in an elegant and intuitive way.

TikTick - Time tracking made simple. A free app to manage multiple clients, add folders, projects, and take control.

MergeURL - Here's a new type of link shortener. This one allows you to shorten up to five links using a single URL.

Articles & Resources

Remote Work is Changing How Productivity is Measured - This article presents two post-COVID changes in the workplace: the embrace of flexibility and viewing automation as essential.

Tips For Creating a Productive Home Office in the Remote Work Era - Two interior designers and a psychology professor, interviewed here, have crafted a roundup of tips to keep in mind when designing a dedicated home workspace.

Individual Circadian Clocks Might Be the Next Frontier of Personalized Medicine - Although many recommend seven or more hours of sleep per night for optimal health and functioning, new research is challenging the assumption that sleep is a one-size-fits-all phenomenon.

Netflix Boss: Remote Working Has Negative Effects - Netflix's chairman has said working from home has no positive effects and makes debating ideas harder. I feel like there's some insidious motive here, don't you?

Every Single Step I Took To Get My Side Project To $1K/Month - This story is a breath of fresh air in a web full of mostly unrealistic success stories.


Have a suggestion for a productivity-related tool, article, or other resource? Send me a direct message via X (@LouisLazaris) and I’ll consider including it in a future issue.

Stay productive!


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